Kenneth Chesebro, a former Trump lawyer, has pled guilty in the Georgia case. “Kenneth Chesebro is the third of 19 co-defendants to plead guilty in a deal with Fulton County prosecutors.” His plea follows Sidney Powell’s which… Continue reading
An interesting and spirited conversation for the Safeguarding Democracy Project’s webinar series. Watch
Uygur was born in Istanbul, and immigrated to the United States from Turkey in 1978, but believed that the Constitution’s “natural born citizen” clause
wouldn’t disqualify him from running. The issue would end up in the Supreme Court,… Continue reading
Very illuminating ProPublica report.
I highly recommend their accompanying three-part podcast,
which included a lot of information I did not know (such as the attempt by Leo and allies to get the Missouri plan for choosing judges thrown out in… Continue reading
Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey has been charged in a federal corruption indictment, the authorities said on Friday.
The indictment against Mr. Menendez, a 69-year-old Democrat who leads the Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee, follows a lengthy investigation by… Continue reading
At issue was whether his actions — as described in the indictment
of Mr. Trump, Mr. Meadows and 17 others in Fulton County, Ga., last month — could be considered within the scope of his duties as White House… Continue reading
They started searching for her in late January.
“Where’s CELIA NABOR?”
one member of the angry online mob wrote. “Find her,” another wrote. Track
her phone, credit cards, social security number
, and social media, others… Continue reading
The following is a guest post from David Levine:
On September 1, Harris County, Texas’ two-year-old elections department was eliminated
after the Texas Legislature passed legislation earlier this year abolishing it and the State Supreme Court refused
to stop the… Continue reading
Cross-examining Gableman last week in Eastman’s trial, Duncan Carling, an attorney representing the California State Bar, asked Gableman if there had been any successful legal challenges to the CTCL grants.
“Not yet,” Gableman replied.
Was he aware of… Continue reading
Mark Harris, whose 2018 congressional campaign was at the center of a ballot-harvesting scandal ending in a new election and felony indictments for an operative who worked for him, announced his campaign for Congress on Tuesday.
Harris’s own… Continue reading
Very deep dive
by Politico’s Heidi Pryzybyla:
At the time, the Citizens United ruling was widely expected, as the court had already signaled its intentions. When it came, it upended nearly 100 years of campaign spending restrictions.
The conservative legal movement seized… Continue reading
Christian Science Monitor:
“There’s nothing more protected under the First Amendment than political speech,” Mr. Lauro said
Many legal analysts are skeptical this approach will work in a courtroom. There is no First Amendment right to engage in a… Continue reading
A Shaker Heights attorney who donated to ex-President Donald Trump’s campaign was convicted Tuesday of election fraud for voting twice in the last two general elections.
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Andrew Santoli ordered sheriff’s deputies to take … Continue reading